William Pickering (97-03) has a new job as an Account Manager with ENGIE (formerly GDF Suez), the French multinational company which employs 20,000 people in the U.K. and provides individuals, cities and businesses with innovative energy solutions. From…Details
Richard Kendall (75-79) has been posted to Greensboro, North Carolina, USA as CEO of a large aerospace and aircraft maintenance company, HAECO Americas, a subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based (but British-owned) Swire group. He has been with Swire for the past 32 years since he…Details
Three OPs have featured in the recently completed World Rowing championships in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Georgie Francis (08-13) was in the GB Women Under-23 quad boat which came second in the B final and 8th overall. Rory Harris (11-16) was one of the GB double in the Junior Men’s competition which finished 2nd in…Details
Mike Matthews (75-80) and others have been recalling possibly the first and probably the last vinyl LP record produced by the College. The recording (on a hot Sunday afternoon) was the result of a combined initiative by Peter Points’s first Director of Music Ralph…Details
John Cooke (72-76) has been posting recently in the OldPangbournian group on Facebook. Efforts to find out more about him have so far come up short but his Facebook entry reveals that he lives in Salcombe, Devon, where he has been president of the local Rotary Club since 2015. John posts on Facebook that…Details
Richard Dutton-Forshaw (41-44) died on February 1st, 2015 according to his widow Phylis. Richard was a businessman in southern England and director of a number of companies involved in the motor trade, building projects and machining. He lived in Petworth, Sussex. We have no further information.